EastEnders spoilers: Mick Carter suffers panic attack collapse after Frankie says he's her dad
MICK Carter collapses during a panic attack next week in EastEnders after Frankie announces he’s her dad.
The barmaid – who is played by actress Rose Ayling-Ellis in the BBC soap – has been stalking Mick's son Ollie and getting closer to his sister Tina.
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Mick was horrified to catch Frankie taking photos of Ollie last night on the soap – and even more unsettled when he found multiple photos of his son and the family on her camera.
But next week’s episodes of EastEnders will see Mick occupied with Linda after their night at the Prince Albert.
Mick apologies to Linda and tells her he should have trusted her around the alcohol instead of watching over her.
Meanwhile, Tina apologises to Frankie for coming on too strong.
But when Tina asks Frankie about the pictures she's been taking on her camera, they end up arguing and Frankie storms off.
Meanwhile, Mick grows uneasy when he hears that Frankie is looking after Ollie.
Rushing to the park to find Ollie, Mick corners Frankie and quizzes her about why she’s obsessed with his family.
But Mick is lost for words when Frankie tells him that she thinks he’s her dad.
Will Frankie turn out to be telling the truth?
Later in the week, the stress finally gets to Mick when he takes to the stand during Whitney’s murder trial.
It’s clear he’s struggling as the prosecution grill him and keep pushing for answers, and disaster strikes as Mick clutches his chest in pain and collapses from a panic attack.
Will he be okay?
EastEnders fans are convinced that Frankie will turn out to be Simone Lahbib’s character’s daughter, who they think abused Mick as a teenager.
The Sun Online exclusively revealed how the Bad Girls star will be joining the soap for a dramatic new storyline with the Carters.
Actress Simone revealed her character's arrival will "test the Carters strength as a family", while producer Jon Sen teased it would have an "everlasting" impact.
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